by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories It’s kind of like a real-life, very modern-day, fairy tale. The story, We Found Our Son in the Subway, starts with a man named Danny, one half of a gay couple, finding a one-day-old baby abandoned near a New York City subway turnstile wrapped only in a sweatshirt. [...]
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Photo by: workingmother.com Editor The Lion King Come along for a wild adventure with Simba, Timon and Pumba as they learn about the depth of friendship, family and accepting yourself for who you are. Your kids will love singing along to classic hits like “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” and “Hakuna Matata.” *Academy [...]
Image: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor Seattle, WA Widely regarded as one of the finest restaurants in Seattle, Canlis offers 180-degree views of the city, Lake Union and the Cascade Mountains. Next, get your aria on at the Seattle Opera, which features classic faves like La Boheme and Rigoletto. Photo by: workingmother.com ...
Tonight I went out on a date. With myself. I saw a broadway show, drank wine, and walked home through the beautiful city all on my own. And you know what? It was a perfect evening. It would have been great if I had spent this night with my husband, but the truth is, we [...]
Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito handing out food in Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn It’s been nothing short of heartwarming to see all the volunteers who have helped out day in and day out in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Every weekend brings a new crop of ordinary citizens out to Brooklyn, the Rockaways, Staten Island, and Long Island [...]
Right before I gave birth to Avery my biggest fear was that I wasn’t going to have time for Harlan anymore. She was no longer going to be an only child or the center of my attention like she was used to. Once Avery was born, she required most of my time, but I still [...]
You may remember part one and the oh-so-fab mompreneurs I showed off here a few weeks ago. Inspiring right? Well, I’ve got a few more amazing moms who have rocked their mompreneur status. I mean, rocked it. And well now, I am sharing with you the other half; 6 more amazing ladies who are just [...]
I’ve always said that I think that nursing my girls is one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had as a mother. It’s a bond like no other and something that I am extremely fortunate to be able to do. When Avery was born, she latched on right away. Our nursing relationship has [...]
Shortly after we moved to New York City, we spent one night doing something that we never realized would soon become a nightly tradition. When we moved to the city in our tiny little apartment, it was the first time , in more than seven months, that we had lived together as a family. At [...]
We are never, ever, ever getting back our power. Today is Day 13 without power for many people in New York City, New Jersey and Long Island. As of 12:30 p.m., approximately 3,900 customers in New York City and Westchester County remain without electrical service, according to a press release. ConEd says its goal is ”to [...]
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